October 31, 2016
October 31, 2016
Carl Frampton

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THE 2017 Annual from Boxing News is coming soon, available to pre-order HERE. We throw readers’ questions, things that they’ve never been asked before, at some of the biggest names in boxing, including Anthony Joshua, Sugar Ray Leonard, Carl Frampton and others. Plus there are features, year in review and much more. Don’t miss out.

Here is an exclusive extract from Carl Frampton’s interview in the Boxing News Annual:

Scott Quigg has suggested that you’re contractually obliged to give him a rematch. Is that true?

He’s talking out of his arse. There was nothing in the contract that said there has to be a rematch. I think there was something about if the public demanded a rematch then there could be one, but it’d have to be in Belfast. But that’s as far as it goes. There was a rematch clause in the Santa Cruz contract, but not in the Quigg contract. In the foreseeable future, I can’t see a rematch with Quigg happening, because I don’t think it’s a fight that people would particularly want to see again. It was a boring fight, and I did what I had to do to win. I thought that our styles were going to gel a bit better, but he didn’t want to fight, so I can’t do anything about that. Who wants to see a rematch, apart from Quigg and [his trainer] Joe Gallagher? No one, really.